Good company to rent from. Nice employees never rude or unfair. I would rent to them again any day!
20 Brickyard Dr Apt J3Bloomington, IL 61701
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I live in Woodridge apartments with Class Act, and I can't say I have had ANY problems! The rent is really affordable, and they even help you find a roommate if you need it! I have lived with Class Act for 3 years, and have a whole group of friends living with them as well, and we love the maintenance team and the ladies in the office are helpful and kind. Any problem we had, the ladies found quick ways to ease the problems!The student leasing agent is definitely on the odd side, maybe even a little OCD, but he gets the job done, and he works really early and really late to help students in different situations. He is kind and will talk to you about any problems and give you every solution available.All the other realty places will charge you for ridiculous things, make you pay ridiculous rent prices for the same units that Class Act has available, and the other companies maintenance is AWFUL! Rent from Class Act! :D
quality staff, reasonably fast maintenance, easy to work with rental agent. much better than any other apartment company I have dealt with. graduated now and left BN but glad I found them while I was here.
Class Act says that their mission to exclude class in every detail of their business by holding every tenant in high esteem and by treating every person with respect. Their goal is for previous tenants to look back at their rental experience with fond memories of the place that they rented, as well as the management. They also say that “Class Act” is their name and they can be counted on to live up to that label.My experience with Class Act Realty was horrible. I was a loyal tenant who was in the same building for 3 years. I paid my rent every month. One month, the rent was late and they sent a person to deliver a 5 day notice to pay rent, plus some fees that they said that was owed from a year and a half ago after they bought the building from the previous realtor. They had NEVER mentioned any extra charges the entire time, until the rent was late. So, they wanted the late rent plus over $200 in charges that they say that is rent, but Class Act couldn’t explain how it was rent. Rent for my unit was $520, not $200. There wasn’t a problem with paying the rent. Class Act said that it was ok to make a partial payment and then the rest could be paid. A few days after they took the payment, they had their lawyers’ type up a financial agreement for over $1,000. Now, they wanted more than double the rent because they added some bogus legal fees that they claimed that I have to pay. On top of them wanting money, they did want to fix anything and continued prolonging to fix my balcony for at least two months. I have pictures of my uncompleted balcony. It consisted of mold, mildew, and the roof leaks. Since I refused to make a payment plan with them for being overcharged, they took me to court for an eviction. These people are not friendly and treat people like dirt. They just want money and do not want to fix anything. They don’t live up to their mission and are horrible realtors and business people. They are getting rich by praying on poor people and students.DON’T EVER RENT FROM THESE PEOPLE STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS; THEY ARE CROOKS AND SLUM LORDS!